Urgent Message to Glenburn School Families

Please read the statement below from Superintendent Smith concerning recent news events involving a Glenburn School employee. This notice will also be mailed home to all Glenburn School family households.

Public Notice

August September Lunch Menus Posted

The lunch and breakfast menus for August and September are now available.  Click here or go to Lunch Calendar under News and Calendars for a printable copy.

Glenburn Fall Events

There’s lots happening at the Glenburn School this fall!  Check out our fall flyer.

Fall Flyer

Library Board Meeting Dates

The Glenburn Library Board has recently been reactivated by our Glenburn Town Council to help the Town have a discussion about the future of the Glenburn Library.

Over the past few years, do to concerns about available funds, concerns about student safety and control of public access into the school building during school hours, and concerns about which group (Town or School) should carry the responsibility of Public Library staffing/management, the Glenburn School Board decided to move away from a Public Library mission, and has turned the public aspect of The Glenburn Library back to the Town.

The newly reactivated Glenburn Library Board has 9 local resident volunteers:
– Lisa Dyer
– Christina Kahkonen-Watson
– Victoria Grotton
– Constance Poulin
– Julie Monk
– Carline Dube
– Stephen Rich – School Board Representative
– Jacqueline Grant
– Christopher Grotton – Town Council ex-officio

The Glenburn Library Board has been asked by the Council to review aspects of  Public Library options, and to provide  a recommendation or recommendations for Public Library possibilities that our Town might consider.

Options basically range from:
– Close down and stop funding a Public Library
– Fund a modest Public Library that has limited Public hours and modest public funding
– Fund a Public Library that is a participant as a public library in the Maine Library Association

To help shape a dialogue about this overall topic, the Glenburn Library Board meets on the following dates, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, in the Town Office (broadcasted on our TWC Government Access Programming Channel 7):

July 7, 12
August 4, 18
September 1, 15, 29

Please feel free to attend meetings, watch the process on Channel 7. Help shape the review, dialogue, and Public decision.The Glenburn Library Board has recently been reactivated by our Glenburn Town Council to help the Town have a discussion about the future of the Glenburn Library.

Over the past few years, do to concerns about available funds, concerns about student safety and control of public access into the school building during school hours, and concerns about which group (Town or School) should carry the responsibility of Public Library staffing/management, the Glenburn School Board decided to move away from a Public Library mission, and has turned the public aspect of The Glenburn Library back to the Town.

The newly reactivated Glenburn Library Board has 9 local resident volunteers:
– Lisa Dyer
– Christina Kahkonen-Watson
– Victoria Grotton
– Constance Poulin
– Julie Monk
– Carline Dube
– Stephen Rich – School Board Representative
– Jacqueline Grant
– Christopher Grotton – Town Council ex-officio

The Glenburn Library Board has been asked by the Council to review aspects of  Public Library options, and to provide  a recommendation or recommendations for Public Library possibilities that our Town might consider.

Options basically range from:
– Close down and stop funding a Public Library
– Fund a modest Public Library that has limited Public hours and modest public funding
– Fund a Public Library that is a participant as a public library in the Maine Library Association

To help shape a dialogue about this overall topic, the Glenburn Library Board meets on the following dates, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, in the Town Office (broadcasted on our TWC Government Access Programming Channel 7):

July 7, 12
August 4, 18
September 1, 15, 29

Please feel free to attend meetings, watch the process on Channel 7. Help shape the review, dialogue, and Public decision.

Kindergarten Bus Orientation Night

Our Kindergarten Bus Orientation will be at 6 PM on Wednesday, August 24.  Click the link below for more information.

Kindergarten Bus Orientation

Residency Reminder

Reminder to all Glenburn residents that all residency materials are due by August 12th.  If materials are not returned by the 12th of August, your student(s) will be unenrolled at the Prek-Grade 8 level. Parents with students in grades 9-12 will be responsible for any tuition incurred until residency is verified.  Notary services are available at the Glenburn School free of charge Mon-Thurs. 7am-5pm.  Verification materials are available at www.glenburnschool.us or at the Glenburn School.

Bus Schedule Updated

The 2016-17 bus schedule can be viewed here.

Upcoming Change to Bus Pickups

Read below to find out more.

Revised Transportation Policy

PRE-K Orientation Night

PRE-K Orientation Night
 
WHO: For the 16 students and their families who received an acceptance letter earlier this spring.
WHEN: August 4th at 6PM 
WHERE: Glenburn School Cafeteria
 
Please come meet with Mrs. Grotton and Mr. Sullivan to learn more about our wonderful Pre-K Program and school routines.  
We look forward to meeting with the students and their families.
If you cannot attend this event, you need to call the school office at 947-8769 to secure your spot by August 4th.

Residency Verification Reminder

Just a reminder that all residency verifications need to be completed by August 12th to avoid having your student unenrolled from the Glenburn School and/or other attending High Schools to which tuition is paid.

All materials can be found at the link below, or may be picked up at the school office Monday-Thursday 7AM-4:30PM. Complimentary notary service is also available at the school. If you should require a time outside of the listed hours please call 947-8769.

Link to materials